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Author of The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer's Guide To Character Expression, The Positive Trait Thesaurus: A Writer's Guide to Character Attributes and The Negative Trait Thesaurus: A Writer's Guide to Character Flaws. Co-Founder of One Stop For Writers, a powerhouse online library that must be seen to be believed. https://onestopforwriters.com/ Also writes Middle Grade, is represented by Jill Corcoran and blogs at Writers Helping Writers.

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When it comes to story structure, writers seem to fall into one of three camps: they love it, hate it, or are completely confused by the many iterations of it. With this...
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Writing by design means using techniques from the visual arts to inspire and inform your writing. So far in this series you've learned how to use the...
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Jobs are as important for our characters as they are for real people. A character's career might be their dream job or one they've chosen due to necessity. In...
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Hi everyone! So happy to welcome writing coach Mandy Wallace to the blog, who has rustled up some great links for anyone looking to Self-Publish. As most writers know, a...
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When we aren't working on thesaurus books, Becca and I write for children and young adults. This means we know that one of the biggest challenges for Kid-lit & YA...
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Jobs are as important for our characters as they are for real people. A character's career might be their dream job or one they've chosen due to necessity. In...
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You know the feeling. You went to bed last night floating on air and wondering whether it really is too early to begin writing that acceptance speech for when you...
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Jobs are as important for our characters as they are for real people. A character's career might be their dream job or one they've chosen due to necessity. In...
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Writing one book is hard. Writing an entire series of books, with their interconnecting subplots, arcs, and golden threads, weaving first book to last, is even...
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Jobs are as important for our characters as they are for real people. A character's career might be their dream job or one they've chosen due to necessity. In...
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We are often our own biggest critics, aren't we? Whenever something goes wrong, we feel disappointed, frustrated, upset, or hurt. The fallout might cause others...
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Psychologists will often conduct a case formulation when a client presents in our office. If we want to be part of the change the client is seeking, then we have to...
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Jobs are as important for our characters as they are for real people. A character's career might be their dream job or one they've chosen due to necessity. In...
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To plot or to pants? That is the question--one with as many different answers as there are writers. As an avid plotter, the idea of pantsing gives me the heebie-jeebies,...
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Jobs are as important for our characters as they are for real people. A character’s career might be their dream job or one they’ve chosen due to necessity....
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